British Airways yesterday unveiled its newest two-year business plan aimed at driving down costs and strengthening customer service. The plan takes effect at the end of this month and continues through March 2008, when BA moves into the new Terminal 5 at London Heathrow. The program, the first since Willie Walsh became chief executive in March 2005, includes cost reductions of £450 million ($781.5 million), of which £225 million will come in FY07 and a further £225 million the ...

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